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– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 2nd March 2011.

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Photo of Jackie Baillie Jackie Baillie Labour

Question S3W-39580

To ask the Scottish Executive what its position is regarding information on the Scotland Against Criminalising Communities website alleging that CACI International Inc., the parent company of CACI Ltd, is a US-based defence contractor that was contracted to provide interrogation services for the US army at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

Photo of John Swinney John Swinney Scottish National Party

Interrogation of prisoners is a legal activity, but the website alleges that a different subsidiary of CACI International, working for the US Government in Iraq, was involved in human rights abuses at Abu Ghraib. The company vehemently denies these allegations and strongly deplores any form of abuse of human rights. The allegations of involvement in torture of inmates at Abu Ghraib have never been proved. Nor has the US Government, which court-martialled some of its troops over abuses at Abu Ghraib, taken any action against CACI or its subsidiary.

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